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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1922
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doners and cutters .SOlo 50
Wool Iambs 1175 to 14.00
Columbia Market Kepobt.
Prices to Farmers: High Low
Kreen peppers, doz. ..$ .20
Koating ears, doz. .. .20
Tomatoes, lb .04
Eggs,- doz. 26
Butter, lb JO
Hens, lb 17
Lima beans, lb .08
Hookers, lb .08
Spring Chickens, lb. -CO
Apples, bu 1.00
Cantaloupes, doz. .. 1.00
Reels doz. JO
Carrots, doz. JO
Sweet Potatoes, bu. . 1.50
Milk, cut 1.75
Cream, lb J5
ST. LOUIS CLOSlC GRAIN rtlTOtES
(Cortcsr Boone County Milling Co.)
Sept Wheat None
Dec Wheat 11.05 A
J Mf Wheat 1.07A
Sept. Com .63
Dec Corn .59
Mar Corn .61
Sept. Oats J8 N
Dec. Oats J7?N
ST. LOLIS CLOS1NC CASH MAIN PRICES
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Corn No. 2 white, 65 cents.
Wheat (Hard) No. 1. $1.09; No. 2,
11.08 to J1.14; No. 5, $1.02.
Oats No. 2 white, 41 cents; No. 3
East St. Lons Lte Stock Market
EtsT St. Lows UU Sept. 27. Cattle i
receipts 6,000; market steady. I
Nathe beef steer 900to 10.75
Yearling steers and heifers 6.50 to 8.50
Cows 4.25lo 5.50
Sinckers and feeders .... 4.50 io 6.25
aies 11.00 '
Cannrrs and cutters 250 to 3.25'
Hog receipts, 12.500; market 10 to 15
rents lower. I
.Medium 10.20 to 10.50 .
Light 10.15 !o 10.50 1
Light lights 9.90 to 10 JO,
Packing sows 7.75to 8.50
Pigs 9,50to 10.15
Sliecji receipts 2.500; market steady.
ewes ........... o.w iu uw
Heat With Oil
Worthington Oil Burner
Fits any furnace
Far easier than the old
way. See demonstration each
evening, 7 to 9 p. m.
C. W. Vanatta
112 North 8th.
white. 40 to 40V4 cents; No. 4 white
Wheat (Red) No. 1. 51.19; No. 2,
$1.17 to $1.1914; No. 3, $1.11 to $1.15;
No. 4, $1 XJ5'j to $1.06.
Newspaper Men to Meet.
Mrs. L. W. St. Clair-Moss and Sen
ator James A. Reed will be guests at the
dinner gien by the state committee of
the Democratic editors of the Eighth
District at the Madison Hotel at Jef
ferson City tomorrow.
AT THE HOSPITALS
Mrs. M. M. Perkings was operated on
last night. Mrs. Ada Grissum was dis
charged this morning.
Those admitted yesterday were Albert
Bundchu and Cornelius Roach, Jr. Mr.
Roach was discharged )esterday and Mr.
Bundschu was discharged this morning.
Jubilee and Street Fair
Wednesday, October 4
Fun for the whole family.
LEARN TO DANCE
Mrs. Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best dancers in the University. Private
lessons only, no classes.
Phone 626 for appointment.
Always the Right Price.
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will see the blossom
ing out of new over
coats. Get yours now.
We have them with
the new wing sleeves
in stunning fabrics of
solid colors, plaids
$30 to $45
Fe Hold No Clearance Sola.
More Than Mere
A year agii Columbia was badly hampered by a shortage
in hou'ing facilities. Our directors thought it our civic
duty to relieve the condition to the maximum of our ability.
During 1922 we hae granted erery coif
senative loan application for home building
that has come to us. In addition we hate
financed many large building enterprises,
New College Building $100,000
New Combination Store and Apartment 40,000
New Apartment House 20,000
New Fraternity House 23,000
Hotel and Apartment Building 55,000
Loans cohered by First Mortgage Bond issues in denomina
tions of $100, $500, $1,000, so that Boone County investors,
big and little, shared in them.
Applications for Home Loans aluays receive our earnest
Rogers' Groceries and China
Give 100 Satisfaction
Because of their consistent good quality and because
there is no waste to them. The difference between cost
of low quality foods and good quality foods is very little
indeed the real economy of quality foods cannot be
estimated. IT'S MY INVITATION
And I want you to accept it now. I know that the woman
who appreciates good quality groceries and at the same
time has an eye as to the price she must pay will feel
right at home in our store.
It is a pretty strong claim for us to make that we can
sell better groceries for less; but we have made these
claims knowingly and we are going to stick to them.
We could give you many reasons why we can deliver on
our claims, but you are not particularly interested in
reasons the proof of our claim is now waiting for you
and we again invite you to come to our store.
Quality Store -Costs No More
9 North Ninth 2 Phones 179
With the separate skirt, a jaunty
new sweater or a pretty fluffy
blouse, makes a nifty and service
able costume for street or school
Our showing of a large range of
beautiful patterns makes your
skirt choosing the easier. Both
the plain and pleated models are
being shown. The price ranging
$4.95 to $14.95
A large range of pretty colorings as well as the different
weights of yarn are here, the slip-over or Tuxedo models.
The Angora and Brushed Wool capes are quite the thing for
a light wrap. All are priced
$1.95 to $12.95
Breakfast Coats of Silk
The wardrobe is not quite complete without the addition
of a breakfast coat, and the large variety of colors, the flares and
ruffles and the best of all the price so reasonable,
$7.95 to $11.95
.Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Good, substantial box
es for city use, 35 cents
Extra grade, heavily
black enameled, at
tractive in appearance,
75 cents each.
with two pair
FULL SERVICE RESTORED
M., K. & T. Trains 9 and 10 are now running on
regular schedules between St. Louis and Seda-
Clothes Designed by Kaufman
The 6JS(gw Fall Suits
Showing a special design new Pen-gate
shoulder featured in five attractive models
This is one of the new fall models all of
which are styled in varied proportions to -fit
and please young men. Fabrics for fall are
more durable, patterns new and pleasing;
the fine tailoring satisfying; the prices are
lower and the better wear means economy.
We Guarantee our clothes
CHAS. KAUFMAN SC BROS.
NEW YORK BOSTON SAN FRANCISCO
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